head off to (some place)

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head off to (some place)

To leave for a particular place. Louise just headed off to the store, but you can probably still catch her, if you leave now.
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Then Ipswich Town visit St Andrew's before Blues head off to Brentford and Wigan Athletic.
Holiday searches for the month of June were up nearly 20% on the same period last year, showing that people are desperate to leave the rain in the UK behind and head off to warmer climates.
Summary: Newlyweds William and Kate are expected to head off to a mystery honeymoon location on Saturday.
This is your last chance to root on the hometown team before they head off to the youth slam finals in Los Angeles Monday.
With the credit crunch taking its toll, I might head off to the Ivy on February 14 next year
Love conquers all in the end, when Junice and Melissa head off to Memphis to live with a distant relative and Damien runs off to go with them.
As the Government head off to all corners of the world, there are problems galore on the domestic and foreign front.
But before you head off to or plan your next travel destination, stop at the Waterfront Coffee Co.
Flanked by Enterprise Minister Wendy Alexander, the 51-year-old told of his plans to head off to New York this weekend for his hols before starting his pounds 145,000 a year job.
The Pitch: Formerly titled Cheer Fever, the film follows the Ranco Came pep squad as the high schoolers head off to defend their national title.
Sarah Millican and Shappi Khorsandi will test out their freshest jokes at the Glee Club in the Arcadian Centre, Hurst Street, before they head off to the Edinburgh Festival in August.
30pm, will serve as a warm-up for the Easter Road club before they head off to Finland on a four-match summer tour.
volunteers will head off to one of seven projects taking place simultaneously throughout the day.
BLUES head off to holders Arsenal tomorrow for their postponed FA Cup quarter final with more then a little confidence.
Over the years they saw babies born and children grow up, learn to drive, head off to college and get engaged.